Lola Loves: Our Five November Faves


November is here, officially kicking off (for us, at least) the holiday season! We’re busy wrapping up client projects and beginning to tick off Christmas presents from our holiday gift list. Check out a few of the items we’ve discovered in the process:

1// West Elm Rhys Recliner: Recliners have come a long way, people (no offense, Lazy Boy)! We love the clean lines, fabric options (or, if you’re willing to invest a little more… the leather ), and affordability of West Elm’s Rhys Recliner. Oh – and it’s pretty darn comfortable, too!

2// Imagine Home’s Breakfast Sets: We were smitten with Imagine Home when we discovered them on our September trip to AmericasMart in Atlanta; each item they sell is absolutely gorgeous and well-made, but even better, all items are made by and benefit small artisans from all over the world. These breakfast sets consisting of bowls, plates, and mugs were one of the first items to catch our eye in the showroom. When we discovered that they are made by artisans in Haiti, we had to have them!

3// Face to Face Rolling Storage Crate: We also discovered Face to Face Designs when visiting Atlanta. In a world where quote-laden accessories are everywhere, we found their products to be simple and refreshing. We absolutely love their rolling storage crates, and we’re hoping to add this “Logs” version to our holiday decor. While we escaped serious Hurricane Matthew damage, one thing is for sure: the debris left us more than enough firewood for this season (and the next!)

4// Illume Winter White Candle: We’ve really been craving the scents of the season, and Illume’s Winter White candle may just be our new favorite! It’s warm, but not too sweet. And hello – who doesn’t love a chic, gold container?

5// Pinecone Craft Paper Table Runner: We love these disposable table runners, available at Paper Source. These paper runners spruce up your table and make clean up a breeze (because we should all know by now that messy eaters are a part of life)! They’re completely customizable, but we like the idea of leaving a pen or two around the table so people can reflect and record the people and places they’re thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Tiffany Hinton